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. the judge is in the house, judge napolitano. after hurricane andrew they did this in an drew back in 1982 and people went crazy and they prosecuted people and they put them in jail for it. >>judge napolitano: most states do not prosecute. i am familiar with the case but not a lost them. they are very heavy with respect to fines and they are not fines imposed after a trail, these are fines imposed by an inspector on-the-spot and it is difficult to challenge the discretion. an example, some of the fines are serious. at a gas station in new jersey which is not far from where i live in the northwest corner of new jersey, a gas station was fined $50,000 for raising the price of gas more than 10 percent for a day. the guy cld not pay the $50,000 so the state took over the gas station, and they didn't know what to do with the gas station so they sold it back to the oil company who sold to someone else. that was a very stiff fine. the governor is serious. he has dispatched a lot inspectors to make sure this doesn't happen. gas seems to be the issue. we talked about batteries and other things but
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